by Garth Meyer The Healthy Living Campus Environmental Impact Report was certified by a unanimous vote of the Beach Cities Health District last Wednesday, clearing the way for board consideration of the $375 million project’s 11-acre master plan. The board could vote on the plan as soon as October or November, according to Beach Cities…

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by Garth Meyer Fourth District Redondo Beach Councilman Zein Obagi has been charged with seven counts of misconduct by the California State Bar Association.  The charges follow a $710,000 Los Angeles County Superior Court judgment against Obagi, in favor of a former client. The judgment was issued March 12. The State Bar disciplinary hearing is…

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  by Garth Meyer Redondo Beach sidewalk vending is to be as restricted as state law allows, under a proposed ordinance, which received unanimous support at the Aug. 17 city council meeting.  “We aimed for the most restricted ordinance possible while still complying with state law,” Senior Deputy City Attorney Jillian Martins told the council. …

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by Garth Meyer Parents addressing the Redondo Beach School board Tuesday night faulted the district’s pandemic policies on masks, vaccines and its curriculum related to race. Joyce Lewis, the mother of four Redondo students, including two junior varsity lacrosse players, lamented that her children will be required to get vaccinations or be tested weekly for…

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by Garth Meyer Just 6.5 percent of 13,366 drivers exceeded the 25 mph speed limit on the 400 block of Pearl Street between Aug. 9 through 16, according to Redondo Beach Police Captain Jeff Mendence. The data was gathered by a police trailer radar, which displays the speeds of oncoming cars. The average, according to…

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